MAILCOM Las Vegas Keynotes

The following keynotes will be presented at MAILCOM Las Vegas:


Business Mailers Roundtable

Join this leading panel of experts for an engaging and informational discussion about the current state and future changes that will impact all mailers, shippers and printers. Highlighted for the discussion include; Informed Delivery, Informed Visibility, Move Update, Mailer Scorecard and potential postage rate increases that are coming in the future and more.

Morning Keynote – Tuesday, October 3, 2017 – (9:00-10:00am)


The Future of Physical Mail

tk (1)This presentation will review the question of when is the “end of physical mail” right for your organization. It will explore recent trends of mail to digital communication and how companies are wrestling with the issue of what is right for their organization. But more importantly, what is right for their customers and clients and how do they feel about physical vs. electronic communication. Presented by Tony Kuchta, General Manager, Lineage

Leadership Luncheon Keynote – Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 12:30-2:00pm


 

Security 2017: Issues & Answers

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Security is a frequent topic discussed at every corporate meetings, management emergency response meetings and today, in all mail and distribution centers. Security became much more important after the anthrax and ricin attacks with the continuing threat of such attacks. Organizations today have been forced to implement plans to protect their employees and facilities. This presentation, developed especially for MAILCOM, will discuss a wide range of potential threats that can be introduced by way of the mail and distribution centers. Threats may be chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive substances (CBRNE) and are dangerous and disruptive. This session addresses ways to prevent theft in the mail center, emergency planning, and comprehensive security management. Presented by, Sally Pfabe, CMDSS, BrightKey and Marshall “Keith: James, JGW Group

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 Morning Keynote – (8:30-9:30am)